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Maldives reopens for Indian tourists from July 15

The Maldives will reopen its borders to travellers from South Asian countries including India from July 15. International passengers will be required to present a...

Langkawi eyed as launchpad for Malaysia’s tourism comeback

Langkawi is planning to reopen its doors to foreign travellers soon and be promoted as a Covid-free destination, under a pilot project by the...

Etihad Airways extends Verified To Fly initiative globally

Etihad Airways has extended its Verified To Fly travel document initiative, enabling travellers to validate their Covid-19 travel documents before arriving at the airport,...

Travelport identifies trust gaps in travel industry

The travel industry can boost global recovery by addressing consumer trust gaps in price transparency, Covid-19 health and safety measures, data privacy and information...

Vaccines, digital solutions give impetus to travel recovery: UNWTO

The global vaccination rollout and increased adoption of digital solutions for safe travel should lead to a rise in international mobility over the weeks...

Qatar Airways trials vaccine verification via IATA Travel Pass

Qatar Airways is the first airline to begin trialling Covid-19 vaccine authentication through the IATA Travel Pass mobile app, as the airline seeks to...

Seizing a window of opportunity

Malaysia-based halal travel platform Tripfez Travel has leveraged the pandemic downtime to embark on a mergers and acquisitions spree. Executive director and co-founder Faeez Fadhlillah reveals the company’s ambitions.

Covid-19 impact on tourism could cause US$4 trillion loss to global...

The crash in international tourism due to the coronavirus pandemic could cause the global economy to lose more than US$4 trillion for the years...

Trade reacts to India’s relief package for tourism industry

The Indian government has announced a few fiscal relief measures for the tourism sector reeling under the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. This marks...

Malaysia extends MCO 3.0 for second time

Malaysia has extended its nationwide lockdown, dubbed movement control order (MCO) 3.0, for the second time to stem the spread of Covid-19. MCO 3.0 was...

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